Taylor Swift has a very impressive discography of her career so far. She changed her path from country music to pop to pop-punk, grunge, folk and a bit of rap. However, it feels like some fans never passed from his “red” days. Even more, some fans have never recovered from the masterpiece that is “All Too Well”.
The original “All Too Well” was released as the fifth track from Taylor Swift’s fourth studio album “Red” on October 22, 2012. It’s crazy to think this song is almost ten years old and the Swifties are mellowing. again to these words. The song is still widely regarded as one of Taylor Swift’s best songs, if not the best!
Taylor Swift once talked about “All Too Well” and what it means to her; “’All Too Well’ was hard to write emotionally because it took me a long time to filter everything I wanted to put in the song without it being a 10 minute song, which you couldn’t put on. an album. “
- 1 Story of “All Too Good (10 minute version)”
- 2 Listen to “All Too Well (10 minute version)” by Taylor Swift
- 3 Watch the short film “All Too Well (10 minute version)” by Taylor Swift
- 4 Who is the song “All Too Well” about?
- 5 Taylor Swift “All Too Well (10 minute version)” Lyrics, meaning and review of the song
- 6 Watch Taylor Swift perform “All Too Well (10 minute version)” live on Saturday Night Live (SNL)
- 7 Listen to “All Too Well (Sad Girl Autumn Version) by Taylor Swift
Story of “All Too Good (10 minute version)”
This sparked a wave of rumors that there was a 10 minute version of “All Too Well”. Taylor Swift has neither denied nor confirmed these rumors, which only made matters worse. Swifties eagerly awaited any hint at the extended version of this masterpiece.
On November 17, 2020, Taylor Swift took to Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Albums Podcast” live to talk about the writing process behind her album “Red”. And of course, the discussion turned to “All too good”.
“It was a day when I was just, like, a broken human going into rehearsal, feeling bad about what was going on in my personal life.” She continued; “It was literally just this song, but it probably had seven more verses and it included the f word… And I was like, ‘I really like that, but it’s really 10 minutes long and I have to cut it down, so I’m gonna call Liz Rose.
So Taylor and her longtime partner Liz Rose ended up reducing the 7-verse and 10-minute version to the elegance of the 5-minute and 30-second version we all know today.
Taylor Swift probably knew the fandom wouldn’t let her eat, breathe, and sleep without constantly thinking about releasing the 10-minute version. And we would never have known if she intended to release this version, ever!
The catalyst for the release of “All Too Well (10 minute version)” was that Taylor Swift changed her label from Big Machine Records to Republic Records. This was due to an ongoing legal battle between Miss Swift and Big Machine Records owner Scooter Braun. Taylor Swift chooses to re-record and re-release all the albums she has released under Big Machine Records so that she has masters ownership for herself (this is how every artist should have recording contracts). Taylor decides to rename these albums to ‘Taylor’s Versions’ because they are hers now.
With the release of ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ comes the gift every fandom has been waiting for. Taylor has announced that she will be releasing “All Too Well (10 minute version) (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault).” Yes, the real name is so long – might as well be for a 10 minute song.
Along with the 10 minute version there is also a short film – might as well be for a 10 minute song.
Listen to “All Too Well (10 minute version)” by Taylor Swift
Watch the short film “All Too Well (10 minute version)” by Taylor Swift
The short film below is written and directed by Taylor Swift herself. The video stars actors Sadie Sink, Dylan O’Brien and Taylor Swift.
Who is the song “All Too Well” about?
“All Too Well” is not just fantasy or fiction. According to the many clues left in the song’s lyrics (even the original version), the song points to a real relationship that Taylor Swift experienced. Of course, it didn’t go well, and that’s why she put her emotions into a song.
“All Too Well” is a song based on a special scarf. In the original version of the song, Taylor Swift sings;
I left my scarf with your sister
And you still have it in your drawer, even now
But you keep my old scarf from that very first week
Because it reminds you of innocence and it smells like me
Taylor Swift has just emerged from a relationship with American actor Jake Gyllenhaal while writing “All Too Well”. There is photographic evidence of Jake Gyllenhaal wearing a scarf identical to the one Taylor Swift wore. We’re not saying it’s most definitely Jake Gyllenhaal, but the song is most definitely about Jake Gyllenhaal.
Taylor Swift “All Too Well (10 minute version)” Lyrics, meaning and review of the song
From the song’s original lyrics to the 10-minute version, we’ll go over the additional verses about the song in this article.
In this brand new addition to the song’s second verse, Taylor Swift recalls how she drove downtown roads with her “supposed” lover in the passenger seat. This guy was fine, he was not a patriarch. Her ego wasn’t hurt by letting Taylor Swift lead her. But that was probably the only green light for him. She waited and waited for him to spit out those three words at each red light. But they never came.
Check the pulse and come back swearing it’s the same
After three months in the grave
The relationship between Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal lasted 3 months in the fall of 2010. Another concrete clue as to who is talking about the song here.
Taylor Swift tells us how dead and buried their relationship was even in those three months. What is meant to be fireworks early in any relationship, was not here. It was cold and humid.
Taylor Swift also develops the song’s original hook.
And here we are again when no one should know
You kept me as a secret but I kept you as an oath
Jake Gyllenhaal may have played their relationship really cool, being the cool character that he is. For Taylor, every relationship was something she looked forward to. She tried to find meaning in every relationship she entered into. In this one, she found none. Three months were wasted looking for something to hold onto.
The fourth verse of “All Too Well (10 minute version)” is brand new.
They say all is well that ends well but I’m in a new hell
Every time you double crosses my mind
Since Taylor takes all of her relationships seriously, it’s new hell every time she tries to change them. It is never easy, even if you are browsing a long list of ex-lovers.
You said if we had been closer in age it might have been good
Taylor Swift was born in 1989 and Jake Gyllenhaal was born in 1980. It’s almost a 10-year age gap. Some would say it’s too big an age gap for two lovers to make things work. Some would say that age is just a number for lovers who are connected at heart. Either way, the age gap may have played out or may have been an excuse to go our separate ways.
And he said it’s supposed to be fun being twenty-one
In these lyrics, Taylor Swift remembers her dad telling her that being 21 was supposed to be fun. But Taylor Swift was going through a lot at 21. She was a world famous singer / songwriter and multimillionaire with a knack for falling in love with bad guys. Fun fact: Taylor Swift was 21 when she dated Jake Gyllenhaal.
Taylor Swift tries to make a joke about the whole situation, but she pulls away and reveals the punchline instead;
I will grow old but your lovers remain my age
Taylor Swift was 20-21 when she dated Jake Gyllenhaal, who was 29-30 when the two dated in 2010. At the time of the 10-minute version of “All Too Well,” Taylor Swift is 30 years old. and Jake Gyllenhaal is also forever etched in musical history at the age of 30. Taylor Swift has aged, but Jake has remained the same throughout Taylor’s career!
A melodic, repetitive flow of lyrics to end the song in the perfect blue vibe she wants us in. Taylor Swift jabs at different points in her relationship to highlight the scars that haven’t healed. The worst part about it all is that she remembers everything “too well”. Him too ?
What do you think of Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well (10 minute version)”? Was that all you wanted? Let us know in the comments below.
Check out the full lyrics on Genius.
Watch Taylor Swift perform “All Too Well (10 minute version)” live on Saturday Night Live (SNL)
Listen to “All Too Well (Sad Girl Autumn Version) by Taylor Swift
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